"What we have to do is we have to help people understand what we’re doing and the vision we’re trying to drive is connected to what they care about, to what matters to them most in the organization, and more importantly, what matters to them on a personal level, to what matters, to what makes them tick."
"Technology is no longer that barrier that it used to be. I think the good news is that there’s really an opportunity to drive change through leveraging technology."
Executive Spotlight: Larry Bonfante, Chief Information Officer at the United States Tennis Association. With over 30 years of experience in the IT trenches, Larry Bonfante is anything but a stereotypical “techie”. Larry has been acknowledged as a successful leader in the IT field by CIO Magazine and ComputerWorld and was recently nominated for the CIO Hall of Fame in 2013 for his focus on positioning the IT department to drive business results and become a critical business partner.